What is Flux?
Flux (FLUX) formerly known as ZEL is a mineable Proof-of-Work coin powering the Flux decentralized computational ecosystem. A network of FluxNodes provide scalable, pure Proof-of-Work decentralized cloud computing infrastructure referred to as "The New Cloud 3.0". Flux offers a comprehensive suite of decentralized computing services including FluxOS cloud operating system, Zelcore self-custody private key multi-asset wallet and decentralized application (DApp) browser and development suite, and Flux blockchain to provide on-chain governance and cross-chain interoperability with FLUX parallel assets (FLUX-ETH, FLUX-BSC, FLUX-KDA, FLUX-TRON, FLUX-AVAX). FLUX holders can become decentralized systems administrators by staking FLUX to their choice of three tiers of FluxNodes- Cumulus, Nimbus, or Stratus nodes each with increasing FLUX collateral and hardware requirements. FluxNodes can be hosted using VPS Virtual Private Server configuration or using physical computers including Raspberry Pi and other single board computers. Block rewards are distributed 50/50 between Proof-of-Work and FluxNode operators. DApp developers can utilize FluxOS to launch global applications that automatically replicate across the Flux distributed network, ensuring high availability in the event a node goes offline due to power outage or other issue.